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I am very excited to be leading this house and the Psi Psi Brothers for the next year. Some of my primary goals for the house this term are to better our alumni relations and reinforce these lifelong bonds, improve and enrich our ritual, and increase our participation in campus philanthropy events. Nothing is more important than strengthening our brotherhood, and I believe each of these goals will help make us a stronger, more unified house.
Jeremy Bernitt - As the Quaestor I am responsible for the finances of the house. Some of my duties include; managing the collection of incoming dues, paying bills, and forecasting the allocation of funds. In order for the house to continually improve, it is crucial that we have the necessary cash to support our endeavors.
Kenneth Brophy - I am honored to be the magister of the Psi Psi Chapter that is heading in a new and brighter direction. Sigma Chi Psi Psi is renewing our ritual and making it greater than ever before. This next year will be a lot of work, but I know that the members of Psi Psi are looking forward to guiding our new pledge classes and ennobling their lives with the values of Sigma Chi. Sigma Chi is an organization which builds leaders and encourages men to reach for new heights. This all starts with the lessons held within the Norman Shield and the Jordan Standard, which I am eager to teach to our future pledges. I have prepared both literary and mental exercises that I believe will add extra meaning to their pledge process. I hope to instill in the incoming class the true meaning of brotherhood, and I am excited to form a unique bond with them as both a mentor and a friend.
Grant Hesketh - As students of a university with a very active social scene, we will no doubt encounter some form of risk in our everyday lives. We encourage everyone to enjoy themselves, but the safety of every Brother and any other individual participating in a Sigma Chi function is always the primary concern. It is my job to ensure that the members of the Psi Psi chapter of Sigma Chi operate in accordance with the risk management and social policies of both Sigma Chi and Syracuse University. Risks are ever present, and are often unpredictable, but as Risk Manager, it is my responsibility to make sure that the members of the fraternity behave in a safe manner, and actively work to minimize risk whenever possible.
Andrew Burnet - The members of Sigma Chi Chi realize that recruitment is one of the most important elements required for the future success of Sigma Chi at Syracuse University. Recruitment has been a collective effort among all our members. This effort has been rewarded with exceptional recruitment in recent semesters. Sigma Chi is one of the most recognizable fraternities on campus. This is because the members of Sigma Chi Chi are all leaders. Needless to say, recruitment for Sigma Chi has a very bright future at Syracuse University.
Aaron Lassin - One of the most significant and valued principles of the Sigma Chi fraternity is that of brotherhood. This applies not only to our own members, but to our brothers and sisters in the world, and in our own community. By participating in philanthropic and community service events, we seek to improve the lives of others; however, in the process, we greatly improve our own. We plan on hosting many events at the house, and are greatly looking forward to the new opportunities provided to us.